USDA brings gleaning to schools

September 1998
FoodService Director;09/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on United States Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman's move to expand the department's food gleaning initiative into school cafeterias across the country. Steps taken towards the goal; Basis for the selection of school districts for the program.


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